Mike Cernovich Releases Movie Exposing Qatar, Gets Defamed By BuzzFeed Writer

Days after the Hollywood premiere for Blood Money, a BuzzFeed writer spread fake news about Mike Cernovich


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  • Mike Cernovich‘s new film Blood Money covers how Qatar covertly funds American media outlets, think tanks and lobbyists to advance its agenda counter to American interests.
  • Days after Blood Money‘s Hollywood premiere, a BuzzFeed writer wrote a defamatory tweet claiming Cernovich was spreading conspiracy theories about the Notre Dame cathedral fire.
  • Cernovich then exposed that BuzzFeed is a “media partner” of the Qatar backed “Doha Forum.”

Over the weekend, Mike Cernovich held a Hollywood premiere for his new film Blood Money. The film exposes Qatar paying both terrorist organizations like Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, and also covert lobbyists who appear on cable news to advance Qatar’s agenda.

Cernovich has released Blood Money online for free.

Days after Cernovich’s Hollywood premiere of Blood Money, BuzzFeed reporter Matthew Broderick wrote a defamatory tweet claiming Cernovich was spreading conspiracy theories about the Notre Dame cathedral fire.

Mike Cernovich then published BuzzFeed’s admission that it is a “media partner” of the Qatar backed “Doha Forum.” Doha is the capital of Qatar.

Popular news analyst Paul Joseph Watson released a video shaming BuzzFeed for spreading disinformation about the Notre Dame cathedral fire.

Cernovich is continuing to call out media personalities that are funded by Qatar.

Yvonne Burton contributed to this report.


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